NORFOLK - Developers will have to look elsewhere to build a potential event center. The Norfolk Planning Commission Tuesday voted 8-1 to deny a conditional use permit for an event barn to be built off of 49th Street in rural Norfolk. Developers had'... Read More

COLUMBUS - Fire Fighters are battling a house fire in Central Columbus, Tuesday morning. A fire truck arrived at the scene of the fire just after 8am, half a block west of Emerson Elementary School. Smoke was rising from the rear section of the ro'... Read More

One long wait is over, but another is just beginning. “Hamilton” will arrive in Omaha on Sept. 10. In 2019. A near-capacity crowd received that news Monday night during an Omaha Performing Arts season reveal party at the '... Read More

A 60-year-old Lincoln man was killed late Monday after he was struck by a vehicle while crossing a street. Lincoln police said Edward Poltack died after being struck by a Jeep Patriot around 11:15 p.m. near 48th and Holdrege Streets in northea'... Read More

Two former western Nebraska hotel managers will spend a year and a day in federal prison and get kicked out of the country for enslaving a nephew, forcing him to work without pay and isolating and abusing him. Vishnubhai Chaudhari and L'... Read More

COLUMBUS - The Columbus City Council approved advertising for bids on a paving project for local streets, estimated to cost $975,000 . The project includes paving for west Pawnee Park on the remaining non-concrete roads, the shoofly northwest of M'... Read More

COLUMBUS - Motorists will be seeing some changes to stop lights on 33rd Avenue due to increased traffic from the high school. The Columbus City Council approved a 33rd Avenue Traffic Operations Analysis for the stop lights at 27th Street, 38th Str'... Read More

COLUMBUS - What started as a simple idea to move corn easier, has since turned into an international manufacturing company, that is celebrating 75 years in Columbus. DUO Lift Manufacturing celebrated the landmark with the community, during a Somet'... Read More

A 17-year-old was fatally injured Sunday morning south of Lincoln when her vehicle drifted into the oncoming lane and collided nearly head-on with a pickup truck, according to the Lancaster County Sheriff's Office. The Sheriff's Office s'... Read More

OMAHA - A Bancroft man is headed to federal prison for playing a part in the robbery of a northeast Nebraska bank last year. Fifty-six year old Lenn Zuhlke was sentenced to 17 months in prison in U.S. District Court on Monday. Authorities say Z'... Read More

NORFOLK - When Animal Care Supervisor Shane Hoadley found out about a pregnant dog set to be euthanized at a high-kill shelter in Tyler, Texas, he knew he had to act. “I have a friend who lives in the Fort Worth area that I was going to go see any'... Read More

NORFOLK — A current Norfolk Junior High School teacher will soon be the new principal of Norfolk Catholic High School. Norfolk Catholic School President Dr. Don Ridder announced today that Amy Wattier of Norfolk has been selected as the school’s'... Read More

COLUMBUS - As a part of a yearly educational course, tree trimmers got to see first hand, the damage power lines can cause. UNL-Extension's Kelly Feehan organizes the annual educational event, so tree trimmers can clock in their required 3 hours o'... Read More

WAKEFIELD, NE — A northeast Nebraska wind farm is growing its relationship with two of the biggest tech companies in the world. Enel Green Power announced in a news release on Monday that its Rattlesnake Creek Wind Project in Dixon County will sel'... Read More